[Smt-talk] Looking for a chord progression

donnadoyle donnadoyle at att.net
Fri Oct 7 07:42:42 PDT 2011

Since the minor vii's ^#4 suggests the Lydian mode, you might look in  
folk-inspired literature like the Chopin Mazurkas and the Bartok  
Best, Donna Doyle, Queens College, CUNY

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On Oct 7, 2011, at 12:00 AM, "Murphy, Scott Brandon" <smurphy at ku.edu>  

> Collective wisdom, do you know of, and, if so, are you willing to  
> share, an example of a clear and deliberate CM: CM-Bm-CM progression  
> or a transposition of such a progression in music after 1800 (double  
> leading-tone cadences from the Medieval period need not apply)?   
> Chordal inversion of any or all of these chords is fine.  A  
> transposition of the minor version (Cm: Cm-Bm-Cm) would also be  
> acceptable, as would the last two-thirds of either progression.
> Thanks!
> Scott
> --
> Scott Murphy
> Associate Professor, Music Theory
> University of Kansas School of Music
> smurphy at ku.edu
> P.S. I'm prepared to handle examples where a "neighborly" bass goes  
> 1-2-1. :-)
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